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Should President Obama meet the leaders of Iran and North Korea face-to-face without preconditions?

  • President Obama should meet with leaders of Iran and north Korea.

    President Obama should meet with the leaders of Iran and North Korea without pre-conditions.This way the other countries will go into the negotiations without any preconceived notions.This way all parties will be on equal footing and no particular country will have an advantage making the talks more productive in the long run.

  • Yes, he should.

    If meeting without preconditions is the only way for the meetings to happen, then I think that he should try to set up the meetings that way. I think that it is very important that we start to talk to these countries again. Both countries are dangerous to their own people and potentially other countries. We should try to open the door to negotiation as soon as possible.

  • Diplomacy Better Than War

    Offering a diplomatic solution to the world's problems is much better than the alternative. Reaching out to North Korea and Iran without preconditions isn't a sign we are acceding to their demands. We just want to talk, that's all. No one is tipping our hand to the enemy by simply trying to talk to them.

  • That is pandering.

    No, President Obama should not meet with the leaders of Iran and North Korea face to face without preconditions, because that would send the wrong message to those countries and to the world. It would be played to the people in those nations that the United States is giving in. The United States needs to send a strong message by refusing to meet with those nations.

  • President Obama should not meet the leaders of Iran and North Korea.

    President Obama should not meet with the leaders of Iran and North Korea because they are in charge of rogue states and they cannot be trusted. These two countries are in open conflict with the United States, and the president has no reason to start negotiating with them until they start obeying international law.


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